Based on your email header you appear to running a 64bit edition of
Windows 7. If this is correct, you don't add fonts to LO, because LO
will use fonts installed on your Windows system.
The file you downloaded was either a zip file containing one or more TTF
(TrueType Font) files or just a single TTF file. If it is zip file,
extract (unzip) the contents to a suitable directory (folder) on your
computer. This could be the same directory you downloaded the file to.
Use Windows Explorer (eg. My Computer in the start menu) to locate the
TTF file(s) and follow the Windows Help instructions:
To install a font: Right-click the font you want to install and click
You can also install a font by dragging it into the Fonts Control Panel
-------- Original Message --------
From: John Boyle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2013 12:24:15 -0700
To Dave Barton,et al: I managed to download the font or at least the
installer, but now cannot figure out how to get it into LO? I am not
really sure I got anything beyond the installer, though?
On 6/16/2013 11:17 PM, Dave Barton wrote:
John Boyle wrote:
To Users: I had that font, at one time, but when I upgraded to libre
office 4, I seem to have lost it. I would like to know where I can go
and download just one font, not 1000 fonts which I do not need?
A Google search for "cloister font free download" (sans quote marks),
will return thousands of links to what you want.
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